Security firm eyes several pitfalls in "significant" Ukraine export deal

Removing sea mines in the Black Sea and providing safe passage for a fleet of dry bulk ships is only one of the conditions that must be met for the grain export deal between Russia and Ukraine to be carried out. Security firm Dryad Global comments on the agreement to ShippingWatch.

Resumption of Ukrainian grain exports could have a major impact on global food supply. | Photo: Alexander Ermochenko/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The agreement between Ukraine and Russia to open three Ukrainian ports for grain exports could be of great significance for the global food supply – though it remains necessary to take a number of precautions, says maritime security firm Dryad Global in an initial analysis.

In a written response to ShippingWatch, the company shares its reaction to the deal made in Istanbul, Turkey, last week.

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